Heading into the semifinals of the International Swimming League season, one of the world records on alert was the women’s 50-meter backstroke. Indeed, that global standard went down on Saturday at the Duna Arena in Budapest, as the London Roar’s Kira Toussaint covered her two laps in 25.60 to better the 2014 mark of Etiene Medeiros. The Brazilian held the mark for […]
Source: Swimming – Swimmers Daily